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Re: PSEG disconnection SCAM alert
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I've gotten the "you won a prize & we just need to verify your credit card number". I would have loved to see the look on their face when they tried to purchase something.....they got numbers off 5 different cards from 4 different companies. Also got the "we are holding a family member hostage" one. I told them to call me back in an hour & I would tell them where to leave the family member & the money I wanted to take him back. LOL

Posted on: 2015/6/11 23:45
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Re: Bayonne vs. The Heights
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I thought the Bayonne PD were among the highest paid in NJ, so I figured they were older in age to get that kind of dough?


You would think but even I have seen more youngsters than oldsters. Of course you NEVER see them outside of their car so I wonder if they are real people or just a robotic upper body. Hmmmm.

Posted on: 2015/6/9 11:20
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Re: Bayonne vs. The Heights
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How are the schools in bayonne? They are terrible in the Heights.


There are some fairly good grammar schools in Bayonne. Stick with Horace Mann if you want a good school with a fairly well behaved group of neighborhood kids. The principal has been there a while and is receptive to parent involvement.

Some of the schools have a tougher mix. School 14 has a gifted and talented program that you have to test into at grade 4. The program begins in grade 5 and it's competitive to enter. They've diluted the program a bit in the past few years - and School 14 has a tough mix of kids in their non-gifted upper classes. The G&T teachers are an excellent and dedicated mix of professionals.

Bayonne's afterschool theatre program is great as well - demanding and well run for the most part.

Based upon my experience, Bayonne is better than JC public schools (but it's still a public school education and not that rigorous in my opinion). I'd have to agree that the High School is not that great, although new programs are emerging.

The problem with Bayonne is that it is a very insular community. If you're not born and raised in Bayonne (and there are an astonishing number of people living there that are B&Rs), you may have trouble "fitting in," without great effort. There is a very established core of people running that town and it gets odd at times. I haven't lived there for a number of years, but their police department was horrendous, and I'm generally a positive supporter of first responders.


My brother lives in Bayonne. He said two things you ABSOLUTELY do not do under penalty of death is put your garbage out early & fail to cut your grass. About the police dept. he says to remember that former Mayor Smith was on the force & shot himself in the foot. Also most of the officers are so young that they need permission slips from their mommies & daddies to be out after dark. About the fire department - well they haven't lost a single foundation yet. They do have one of the worst Wal-Marts I have ever seen.

Posted on: 2015/6/8 22:59
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Re: Mail Trucks Hogging Parking
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So, how do I get my name on the council agenda?


Easy, just call the City Clerk's Office & ask to be put on the speakers list. Do this no later than the Monday before a Wednesday meeting. I want to say the number is 201-547-5150 but if I'm in error, dial the main number, 201-547-5000, & ask for the City Clerk.

Posted on: 2015/6/8 22:46
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Re: New Residents..Stop Calling Police on Bars & Silencing Church Bells
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Hi everyone. I went out this weekend and not just once but twice neighbors called the police on the noise levels at a couple local bars. I won't name the bars...but they are ones that were here before these newbies even knew the words Jersey City. They are bars and it's the weekend. You are wasting the police's time to have them come in for a second asking people to be quiet which doesn't even work...because it's a bar!! Geeee...let me buy a home in proximity of a bar and then complain that the bar is making too much noise....on the weekend! What is wrong with you rats? Holy moly! Get a life! Wow!

I also want to add that the new residents complained about the gorgeous church bells that rung on 6th and Monmouth. That was a beautiful aspect to this area and the newbies complained so much that a church now cannot ring their bells! Their Church Bells!!! Who the heck doesn't like church bells! I'm Jewish and I even love the pretty historic noise they make!

JC Make It Yours...yeah I don't think so! It was everyone's before these douches moved in! Whaaaa the bars make noise...whaaa the church rings it's bells...whaaa whaaa whaaaa...go back to Manhattan or wherever you came from! Holy mackerel!


I live a block & a half away from 2 churches & their beautiful bells have never bothered me. On the other hand, though I do not live in the immediate proximity of a bar, I have been rudely awakened by their drunken patrons returning home with their loud, curse laden talk, peeing in the streets, vomit on the sidewalks, a fight here & there & the area peppered with the occasional fender bender. If the bar's merriment is disturbing your peace & can be heard plainly more than 25 feet away, call, call, call. You are doing yourself, the neighborhood & maybe even the offenders a favor. I've lived in Jersey City over 60 years & I'm neither a newbie or interloper.

Posted on: 2015/6/8 11:20
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Re: What Jersey City Restaurant Do You Miss the Most?
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The Canton for Chinese food. A dark, smokey place right out of a Charlie Chan movie.

The Captain's Table down by Roosevelt Stadium. I had my first 'grown-up' dinner there - lobster. You looked out on the water while you dined.

Then there was Ducky's on Newark Ave. Italian & I had been told it was kind of a mob type place.

Greenspan's, a stone throw from the Canton for great Kosher.

These are the first four that pop up, giving me great memories.

Posted on: 2015/6/5 1:04
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Re: DTJC Pervert ALERT
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And yes, someone masturbating on a bicycle could present a very serious threat to the community. It could be extremely traumatic to someone at the receiving end.


Can I just say - something really needs to be done about all the idiots who ride on the sidewalk on Newark Avenue. I just watched a little old lady get clipped by a cyclist who didn't even stop!

Not a real cyclist/biker probably a day laborer or indigent that refuses to know any better. And the problem with that is that they leave a wake behind without any recourse. They probably don't even have a pot to kiss in. I mentioned this to the police at my neighborhood meeting they stated that they do reprimand them but it is hard to catch them all. I always look both ways when crossing the street but now I also look when crossing thresholds of businesses that I am exiting, I almost got clipped the other day, and I'm a biker !


Excuse me & you know this person is a day laborer/indigent how? We know he couldn't possibly be a real cyclist, like you, because a real biker, like you, would never do something so repugnant in public; a real biker, like you, would do it in private.

According to the current news media outlets, neighborhood meetings, and the local Captain's meetings, bicycles have become a choice mode of transportation for day laborers, and vagrants. I believe it because I see them at job sites, and when I try to communicate with them there is also how language barrier. The other sect I mentioned give me the evil eye and have been known to act erratically when approached. This has become a huge liability especially with insurance claims. Check with police records, and hospital attendance in the area.


So just because police records, hospictal records, etc show these stats in their reports does not make it so. What is reported is an excrutiatingly small sampling of what is acturally reported to placate & then feed on the racist, homophobic, mysoginist beliefs of the likes of you. Now get on your bike & ride down those streets in Hoboken you are so afraid of because there are social clubs on them & you are afraid of invading their turf & getting a wedgie.

Posted on: 2015/6/2 11:22
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Re: DTJC Pervert ALERT
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And yes, someone masturbating on a bicycle could present a very serious threat to the community. It could be extremely traumatic to someone at the receiving end.


Can I just say - something really needs to be done about all the idiots who ride on the sidewalk on Newark Avenue. I just watched a little old lady get clipped by a cyclist who didn't even stop!

Not a real cyclist/biker probably a day laborer or indigent that refuses to know any better. And the problem with that is that they leave a wake behind without any recourse. They probably don't even have a pot to kiss in. I mentioned this to the police at my neighborhood meeting they stated that they do reprimand them but it is hard to catch them all. I always look both ways when crossing the street but now I also look when crossing thresholds of businesses that I am exiting, I almost got clipped the other day, and I'm a biker !


Excuse me & you know this person is a day laborer/indigent how? We know he couldn't possibly be a real cyclist, like you, because a real biker, like you, would never do something so repugnant in public; a real biker, like you, would do it in private.

Posted on: 2015/6/2 0:08
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Re: DTJC Pervert ALERT
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bodhipooh wrote:
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And yes, someone masturbating on a bicycle could present a very serious threat to the community. It could be extremely traumatic to someone at the receiving end.


Can I just say - something really needs to be done about all the idiots who ride on the sidewalk on Newark Avenue. I just watched a little old lady get clipped by a cyclist who didn't even stop!


Forget it... we have had that discussion many, many times, and it seems like most people around here feel it is perfectly justifiable to ride the sidewalks because they consider the streets unsafe for cyclists.

I think the city should crack down on DTJC sidewalk riders, where pedestrians are many and everywhere. I am of the mind that if you don't feel safe riding on a particular stretch of street, you can hop on the sidewalk, dismount and walk your bike. Good luck getting people to do that.


You should see the Tour de Central Ave.

Posted on: 2015/6/1 23:53
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Re: DTJC Pervert ALERT
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Ive never dealt with anything like it before, and was in total shock over the whole situation. I did not know if I called the cops afterwards if they would even do anything about it since he was no longer around. The episode was 3-4 minutes so I did not have much time to make decisions. The reason why I decided to post about it here, is because after processing the situation I realize that if this happens again hopefully someone will report it knowing that it was not just a one time incident.


You sound like the blithering idiot in my neighborhood who sat at a neighborhood association meeting recounting how he was awakened at 3am to the sound of a group of young adults beating the hell out of 2 or 3 others who offered no resistence. When the community relations officer asked if the neighbor had called it in, this guy's response was, "I didn't know if I was authorized. What number would I call"?

Thanks for putting this on JCList where it will only reach a limited number of people who would be affected instead of the police who are mobile 24/7 & could keep an eye out.

Posted on: 2015/6/1 11:27
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Re: Temporary Parking Permit
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Hi,

I'm moving next week and need to get a temporary no parking sign for the truck in front of my house. Does anyone know how to obtain one? Thanks!


The Parking Authority, 394 Central Ave., 201-653-6969, issues the temporary signs. There may be a small charge & the signs have to be posted at least 24 hours before hand.

Posted on: 2015/5/26 22:31
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Re: Noise Complaint, worth it to call in?
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Anybody try talking to the neighbors?


That's a bit of a crap shoot. If you have a friendly/cordial relationship with the people, mentioning it to them may yield results. You would be surprised at how many people do not realize how far sound can carry. If they persist, then make the call. On the other hand, if you do not know these people or they are an exceptionally rowdy group, by all means make the call.

(BTW, heights is afraid of his own shadow.)

Posted on: 2015/5/26 11:17
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Re: Noise Complaint, worth it to call in?
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One more thing, & I cannot stress this enough, it doesn't matter what time the excessive noise, etc starts; whether 2am or 1pm when your quality of life is impacted you have the right to demand something be done. So don't think you are limited only to evening disturbances.


Posted on: 2015/5/23 10:49
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Re: 'Very unusual' Jersey City house for sale
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I thought the Van Vorst House on Palisade held the title as oldest house in the Heights.

There are a couple of these in the Heights and I am always so curious as to what they look like on the inside (see also: the red brick castle-y looking house with the turret at Griffith and Palisade).

I saw this listing on Zillow a few weeks ago and started laughing out loud. On one hand, it is very hoarder-y. On the other hand, it's like walking into a time capsule. I'm in awe that they just rolled with the olde-timeyness of it.



Van Vorst is the oldest house in the Heights. I saw other listings for this house (32 Griffith) that put its age in the late 1800's. Realtors, like used car salesmen, are notorious for exaggerating.
You peaked my curiosity and I looked it up. I can't believe that the building that houses Sanai's is the oldest building in Hudson County.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Newkirk_House


Amazing. And those hideous glass & steel monstrosities have all kinds of problems before they are 5 years old.

Posted on: 2015/5/11 11:19
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Re: 'Very unusual' Jersey City house for sale
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I thought the Van Vorst House on Palisade held the title as oldest house in the Heights.

There are a couple of these in the Heights and I am always so curious as to what they look like on the inside (see also: the red brick castle-y looking house with the turret at Griffith and Palisade).

I saw this listing on Zillow a few weeks ago and started laughing out loud. On one hand, it is very hoarder-y. On the other hand, it's like walking into a time capsule. I'm in awe that they just rolled with the olde-timeyness of it.



Van Vorst is the oldest house in the Heights. I saw other listings for this house (32 Griffith) that put its age in the late 1800's. Realtors, like used car salesmen, are notorious for exaggerating.

Posted on: 2015/5/8 0:36
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Re: All NJ Transit train and bus tickets can be bought through agency app starting Tuesday
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I suppose this will justify the looming increase of 9.9%. Make it easier to get the bus & train tickets for the buses & trains that are either discontinued or not showing up.

Posted on: 2015/4/27 22:25
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Re: what time is construction allowed to start
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Why are they drilling at 30 Montgomery St at 11:30 PM on Friday night? Do they have a permit to do this?


Who are "they"?

Posted on: 2015/4/25 11:37
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Re: Saw a stolen bike sale and a drug deal in DTJC
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DOG PATCH!!!! Lmfao HeightsBrat I think I love you. It's not us Dad, it's Roy lmfaoooooo


Dog Patch was that group of houses to the right as you entered the skyway, opposite American Can.

Posted on: 2015/4/21 23:11
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Re: Saw a stolen bike sale and a drug deal in DTJC
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Yeah you can?t define a JC neighborhood by just a zip code...

I found a pretty good JC zip code / neighborhood map.

http://www.zipmap.net/New_Jersey/Hudson_County/Jersey_City.htm

?This page shows a Google Map with an overlay of Zip Codes for Jersey City,
Hudson County, New Jersey. Users can easily view the boundaries of each Zip?


I like the way it defines JC hoods in a way that I knew them growing up. Although Marion is part of Journal Square on the map?hmmm the ?Marion Boys? wouldn?t like that at all. People are always asking for the boundaries of West Side and McGinley Square they were always tricky? the map shows them.

Nearby Neighborhoods
Bergen-Lafayette
Downtown
Greenville
Hackensack Riverfront
Journal Square
Liberty Park
Lincoln Park
McGinley Square
The Heights
The Waterfront
West Side


And let's not forget the Western Slope, Sparrow Hill, Dog Patch, The Island, The Canyon.

Posted on: 2015/4/21 11:13
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Re: Saw a stolen bike sale and a drug deal in DTJC
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http://www.trulia.com/real_estate/Jersey_City-New_Jersey/crime/

I'd hazard a guess that you are equally likely to be a victim of crime almost anywhere in JC - if you factor out gang-related in-fighting.



You can guess all you want. The facts don't support your guessing. Kids around the world guess Santa Claus exists because they get presents but that doesn't make it true.

You are less safe in GV and BeLa than in DTJC. Period. That is fact.


Explain away the facts in the UCR then, which is probably the best set of stats we have available for JC, where East frequently tops the list.

http://www.njjcpd.org/node/5








DTJC is now known as EAST?

I thought neighborhoods were defined by zip codes...as 07302 is mostly DTJC and 07304 and 07305 is Bela and GV. Please show me that 07302 shows less crime, especially violent crime than 07304 and 07305.


Uh, Downtown is in the EAST DISTRICT. And since when is a neighborhood defined by a zip?

Posted on: 2015/4/21 1:19
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Re: Saw a stolen bike sale and a drug deal in DTJC
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Ha, ha. No I am not. But I am a bad typer on the fly. I am a smart person with low income. Why is this board surprised by that combination? He took my name and number. They caught a woman. He asked if I could identify the man. I gave it my best. [/quote]


This is like the 5th time you are saying you have low income, what the f$ck does that have to do with this? People with high income are better at typing? Don't report crime? Don't care about drug dealing? Enjoy your day you low income nutcase [/quote]

Remember Janet, God doesn't like ugly & neither does the Webmaster.

Posted on: 2015/4/19 15:57
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Re: Saw a stolen bike sale and a drug deal in DTJC
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I phoned the non-emergency number this morning. They transferred me to a detective. I described the bike (white, silver, odd seat, mountain bike) and he said they caught someone this morning. Same bike color. I described the person. But it wasn't the same as who they caught. I told him I swear it was the same man handing over drugs not half an hour later. He said they act fast and don't care what time of day and it didn't surprise him.

I did my part. Sorry I didn't call sooner but life responsibility got in the way.


I am glad you ultimately did the right thing. Even if it wasn't the right person, word about this will spread around & put those with something to hide on guard. You do not have to stick around or give your name, just give the info. As small as it seems, if everyone just takes that moment, you may not stop all crime but you can certainly make the criminals life miserable. The captain in the East District is a stand-up guy, go to his monthly meetings.

The police chief from Union City once told me that when he looked at the monthly stats & saw a boatload of calls his crime stats were lower & vice versa. If you see something, say something.


Oh by the way, if you are a troll God don't like ugly & the Webmaster will get you.

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Re: Saw a stolen bike sale and a drug deal in DTJC
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I walking with my kids along Columbus Ave. and Jersey Ave. and saw a man convincing two other men the bike he's trying to sell them isn't stolen because he wouldn't do that to people. It was odd and obvious a 'deal' was going down to offload this nice mountain bike. He seemed tweaked out. I rushed my kids along.

I see him again on Grove and Newark 15 minutes later with a group of unkempt people and he's handing over a small packet of white stuff while they shake hands. It was ridiculously obvious, I'm short and I was practically nose level to this transaction. It was ballsy. I couldn't believe this was in broad daylight at the Grove PATH station area. He had no bike with him then so probably sold it to those other two.

I seriously saw these two things, same man, in under half hour committing two crimes. People, families walking everywhere. I was with small children.

We think DTJC has changed?


Things only change when people step up to the plate. Other than move along, did you call the police or did you hope someone else did?

Posted on: 2015/4/18 20:50
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Re: Red Cross giving out free smoke alarms
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I heard on NBC New York that the Red Cross is giving out free smoke alarms today. They will be in Greenville around 9:45AM. No exact location.

I found this on NJ.com.

Free Smoke Alarms, The American Red Cross and the City of Jersey City will be going door-to-door to offer free smoke alarms to one and two-family homes, City of Jersey City .

http://www.nj.com/jjournal-news/index ... /community_notes_446.html



The American Red Cross with the help of Jersey City C.E.R.T. & the JCFD are mapping out neighborhoods. The goal is to hit every neighborhood in Jersey City. This is a nationwide initiative. A Greenville neighborhood was the starting point. We will go door-to-door asking if you have alarms, are they working, do you need alarms, etc. We will test your alarms & replace if necessary as well as install if you do not have any. Targeted neighborhoods will be notified by flyer when we will be in the area.

Today we installed 198 alarms. It's a good thing


Indeed! Great work - a very worthwhile initiative. How was the feedback? Was the community supportive of your efforts?


Few declined outright. All seemed appreciative & we checked anyone & everyone's detectors whether they needed them or not. We spoke about the importance of having an escape plan should they be faced with a situation. I personally hawked the C.E.R.T. program & its importance to the community. Terrific day with terricfic people showing the community that they are cared about.

Posted on: 2015/4/11 23:04
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Re: Red Cross giving out free smoke alarms
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I heard on NBC New York that the Red Cross is giving out free smoke alarms today. They will be in Greenville around 9:45AM. No exact location.

I found this on NJ.com.

Free Smoke Alarms, The American Red Cross and the City of Jersey City will be going door-to-door to offer free smoke alarms to one and two-family homes, City of Jersey City .

http://www.nj.com/jjournal-news/index ... /community_notes_446.html



The American Red Cross with the help of Jersey City C.E.R.T. & the JCFD are mapping out neighborhoods. The goal is to hit every neighborhood in Jersey City. This is a nationwide initiative. A Greenville neighborhood was the starting point. We will go door-to-door asking if you have alarms, are they working, do you need alarms, etc. We will test your alarms & replace if necessary as well as install if you do not have any. Targeted neighborhoods will be notified by flyer when we will be in the area.

Today we installed 198 alarms. It's a good thing

Posted on: 2015/4/11 22:02
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Re: JC councilman charged with drunken driving after three-car collision
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Well, apparently he did not step down from his HCIA job, as promised. And he has now been suspended.

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/2015/04/chico_update_two.html


Just to change the subject for a moment, at about 5:15pm, I saw a certain HCIA employee on the Blvd., in his HCIA vehicle with his son sitting beside him.

Hmmmm.

Posted on: 2015/4/10 22:24
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Re: Jersey City mayor-elect orders end to citywide reval
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Stupid question: What was the point of people going door-to-door if they don't have to enter the premises?

I had someone from the city come to my apt. I let the guy in so he could see I had a 1-bedroom, 1-bath apt. One of my neighbors told the surveyor he had a 1-bedroom, 1-bath apt when I know for a fact he has a 2-bedroom, 2-bath apt. Obviously the city has records as its been a 2-bedroom, 2-bath apt for almost 30 years.

I am worried about the neighbor who gutted his apt and rebuilt it without permits. He wouldn't let the surveyor in. While it is true he has a 1-bedroom, 1-bath apt, he made improvements to make his apt worth several thousands of dollars more than mine, yet we pay the same taxes.

How is the city going to compensate for that? Let me guess, they won't.



I askied the question to the reval person who came to my door. He told me their job was to make sure that your place matched what the assessors office showed - 1br, 1ba, etc. But you should let them see the premises. the person who had come to my home assumed my 2nd floor was the same as my first. It's not.

Posted on: 2015/4/8 11:38
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Re: Jersey City fire inspector admits to taking bribes from prostitution businesses
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Yikes, a hoser of ho's gets hosed!


Say that 3X's fast.

Posted on: 2015/4/8 11:14
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Re: Jersey City fire inspector admits to taking bribes from prostitution businesses
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This is Obama's fault or at least Fulop's fault


Sorry, not Fulop's fault.....

"Procaccino was a long-time city employee hired by the previous administration who worked in various departments,'' city spokeswoman Jennifer Morrill said in November. "The current administration had started the process of disciplinary action months ago, documenting via civil service protocol,....."

Posted on: 2015/4/8 1:28
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Re: Wild Turkey on Newark Ave this morning 4/1
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In other seasonal avian news: I saw my first robin yesterday at Liberty State Park.


I haven't seen a robin yet but I had a very noisy blue jay & my beautiful cardinals are still here.

Posted on: 2015/4/2 11:16
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